I love to make
the Challah bread
it's like a taste of heaven.
Some flour and
a loving prayer
to add a bit of leaven.
To form the braid
and weave it so,
it is a work of art.
In loving care
the bread is baked
from the center of my heart.
And when it's shared
by friend and neighbor,
a bread so full of flavor,
our friendship we shall savor.
Goodwill is ours this day
be it summer, fall or spring.
May the lovely Challah bread
To your family blessings bring.
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